Published On: Wed, Feb 8th, 2017

Save Money in the Lunchbox with My Squeeze Food Pouches

Not too long ago you would open my fridge to be met with a mountain of yoghurt squeezies taking up a huge amount of space. With three kids I would buy around 30 of these a week for their morning tea and lunch boxes. My husband would often rant about how much money these things were costing us referring to the price of a large yogurt tub compared to a squeezie. For me it wasn’t the money though, I was getting the guilts about how much rubbish these things produced. ┬áIt was time to look for an alternative.

re-usable yoghurt containers

mysqueeze.com.au

I had seen some of the kids in my preschool class bring in disposable yoghurt squeezies that you would fill from a large tub saving you money, but this didn’t solve the rubbish problem. While you may of heard “Google is your friend”, well for me it’s ebay. It didn’t take me long to find what I needed. “My Squeeze”. They were exactly what I was looking for. I was though a little concerned that my kids 9 and 10, may find them babyish looking but apparently no. They were simply pleased to hear that they could now have custard in their lunch box and their favourite yogurts which only came in a large tub. My little boy for some time also needed to avoid lactose meaning I could better tailor to his needs. With such a wide top opening and rounded bottom insides, these things are easy to clean, have a rubbery grip for small hands and tabs on the cap making it easy to twist open. You also can’t lose the lid thank goodness, at $30 a pop, placing a My Squeeze in the care of my special needs son at school was certainly a risk. Only after a few weeks though it has more than paid for itself, and I shall be sharing the lunch box love by buying my dear friend one to try. I strongly recommend you too try a My Squeeze reusable yoghurt pouch, custard pouch, baby food pouch whatever takes your fancy, and you can get them off ebay, or find out more about them on their website.

This is not an advertisement and the product was paid for by the person recommending it.

Danielle Mantakoul
www.mummyweekly.com.au
Copyright 2017

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